The fact that you're having fun is a very common response to a situation like this, which is that they give you a reward that doesn't actually exist for doing something. Then they add competition to make it even more appealing, and it's irresistable.
Sorry about that, I've been doing an online psychology course recently and it's just starting to sink in.
That could be true, but here's a quote from another thread that kind of expresses my sentiments toward this F@H effort;
I don't want to speak for all of us, but as for me, it's not about place, or even the prize that cx is offering for the 2nd place finisher. It's all about the cause as a whole, and the fact that NerfHaven is working together as a TEAM, and rocketing up the ranks amongst those teams who have been folding for years. Cx is accomplishing similar tasks in WEEKS.
I'm a sucker for anything that brings a sense of purpose and subsequent UNITY amongst a community, be it a church, a social group, or my buddies at NerfHaven.
I've seen and been a part of communities that are so exclusive they reek of being a clique. I've seen and endured communities that only bicker and fight like hens over an egg.
While we're not immune to some of the symptoms some of the time, I'd much rather be in a situation where we work together and make a mark somewhere, anywhere, as long as we did it as a team.
Make sense? It's my sentiments, so it may not at the moment.
EDIT; Dark Shrimp; you may only have one computer, but it kicks ass...I have three old CPUs and they're running the client 24/7. Celerons get pretty hot when crunching (Laptop and my house comp). CHARGE!
-Piney- of White Dog Hobbies Armory
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It's to bad you live in hawaii I bet there are not many wars there.Wait what am I saying<b> you live in hawaii you lucky bastard.</b>